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  • Coca Cola

    58 70.73%
  • Pepsi

    24 29.27%
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post


    For some reason that makes me think of the movie Goodbye, Lenin!. Have you ever seen it?
    Actually I wrote the script. Unfortunately, it was stolen by a dead beat hippie and 2 months later the film was in theaters. I should have bought one of those miniature guard dogs that were available for hand bags.


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    I too came to think Pepsi was too sweet; like candy basically. Just finished some today, left over from Thanksgiving, and it almost tastes like Welch's grape at times.
    I did manage to catch the Pepsi Throwback in its last days, and it has more of the natural crisp taste, like Coke, though it is still the Pepsi "flavor".

    I love Coke floats as well. Make them myself, or get them from McDonald's, though much of this year I have been trying to cut down on all that sugary stuff.
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    Even though everyone around here calls it 'pop', I call it 'soda'...and I've lived here all my life.

    I hate soda in general...I'd pick Pepsi though...I like the charity work they doin.
    Plus one of my family members had a run-in with Coca-Cola, and almost lost their job over something really trivial that no one should lose their job over.

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    Coke? What kind of coke?

    oh...coke cola. I call all carbonated beverages 'coke'.

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    Yea! I got it - snack combinations!

    Doritos Chilli + Coca Cola (w/ ice cubes)

    or,

    Doritos Chillis + Pepsi (w/ ice cubes)

    or

    Cheese-on-toast + Coca Cola/Pepsi?

    (Random brainstorming away!)

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    Honestly ? They both suck in my opinion.

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    How much are you drinking these days BROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO?

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    I can still get mexican coke (real sugar), so that wins. I haven't seen Pepsi like that in years.

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    definitely coke, but i'll take sprite over either any day. which is a coke product so coke still wins!!!

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    Neither, that fizzy carbonation shit is gross.
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